SRT’s Fantastic Mr Fox in Mandarin了不起的狐狸爸爸 opens 31 July

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Before even going through any details, or video or past reviews of the English production, I already know it is going to be a sell-out due to two very important elements that we parents love – Roald Dahl and Mandarin!

Truth to be told, I didn’t grow up with Roald Dahl’s books but my kids did and I found his stories are just in a league of its own, so witty and so much morale to the story. We absolutely loved reading and watching recent Matilda the Musical.

The Little Company’s production of Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox in 2012 was a huge hit with parents, teachers and children.

This July, The Little Company is excited to present Fantastic Mr Fox in Mandarin!

Fantastic Mr Fox is a classic tale of goodies and baddies. It is an inspiring story about the brave and clever Mr Fox who, with the help of his family and friends, outsmarts three farmers’ nasty schemes in order to provide food for the animal community.

The farmers Boggis, Bunce and Bean have been digging up the animals’ home, trying to get Mr Fox by any means possible. Trapped underground, Mr Fox and his family and friends are starving, leaving Mr Fox with no choice but to devise a plan to find food for everyone to survive.

Filled with humour and packed with action, this is a fantastic show to be enjoyed by children of all ages.

Fantastic Mr Fox in Mandarin了不起的狐狸爸爸

Date: Wed, 31 Jul – Sun, 8 Sep 2019

Weekdays: 10am
Weekends & 12 Aug: 11am & 2pm
 9 Aug, 17 Aug, 25 Aug & 8 Sep : 11am

Venue: KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT

Ticket Pricing(Excludes Booking Fee)

Weekdays 
Standard: S$29, S$26

Family Package of 4: 
Cat 1: S$98 
Cat 1 tickets (with TLC CD Vol.2): S$110  

Weekends & Public Holidays
Standard: S$49, S$39, S$36

For online booking, click here

Do check list of promotions on the same website for discounts and savings. The last I check, the seats are running quite low especially on weekends.


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